Property auctioneers, agents and investors Bond Wolfe have decided to celebrate 25 years in business with a gala charity ball at the ICC in July.
The event will also see the launch of the Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust which will raise funds for worthy causes regardless of caste, colour, creed, age or sex.
Bond Wolfe partners Paul Bassi and Rory Daly decided to launch the trust to co-ordinate and focus the many charity requests they receive annually at their offices in High Street, West Bromwich.
Paul said: "We are a business that believes in putting something back into the community.
"Every year we receive numerous requests for charity donations and we do a fair bit ourselves with our golf days and various staff projects to raise money for deserving causes.
"We believe that we should apply the same business principles that have made Bond Wolfe successful over the past 25 years to the business of fund raising and that is why we have set up the Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust as the most tax efficient and focused way of delivering funds raised to people and organisations who most need it."
Rory Daly added: "As auctioneers we often help out on behalf of a number of West Midlands charities to raise much needed funds and now we are calling on our clients, contacts and friends in the business community to join us on what is going to be a cracking night and help us get the Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust off to a fantastic start."
Tribute band Abba Platinum will be providing the music and various celebrity look-alikes will be mingling with guests at the event which is being held at the ICC on Saturday, July 5th, with tables still available from Lisa Worrall on 0121 524 1178 or email@example.com